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MixVibes is proud to announce its cooperation with Pioneer in the development of rekordbox™ music file management software. Today, Pioneer unveiled the CDJ-2000 and CDJ-900 multi players with rekordbox™, as previewed in the "Dawn of a New Species" online teasers. rekordbox™ is based on MixVibes Cross' advanced media management functionality, and was developed for use in combination with Pioneer products. MixVibes was selected to develop rekordbox™ due to its ten years of experience in developing stable, high-quality audio software for DJs. Like MixVibes Cross, rekordbox™ is built around a high-end audio engine to deliver high quality features, such as cue, loops, hot cues, and the deck layout is based on the new CDJ hardware. Pioneer issued the following statement: Based on Pioneer's 'Prepare & Perform' concept, rekordbox™ works (for both Mac and PC) like the leading music database management software, but is more creative and more DJ-friendly. rekordbox™ allows DJs to prepare more before their performance and opens a door to tools such as Hot Cue Banks and Quantize, for perfectly synced loops every time. DJs can then export data to a USB or SD device to access vast libraries of music files and perform live — without the need for extra equipment or any inconvenient rewiring in the club. No need to burn CDs — simply take your USB device to the club, plug in to the CDJ, and play. Through the industry-first Pro DJ Link, music files and database data on one single USB or SD device can be shared simultaneously by up to four players connected via LAN (local area network) cable. Plus, the data history of each DJ set is automatically saved and can be made into a playlist that can be loaded back into rekordbox™. A major update of Cross is planned this year and will include native support with the Pioneer CDJ-2000 and CDJ-900 for plug-and-play compatibility as well as many exclusive new features.
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